H-E-B has decided to reduce the items with purchase limits.

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the grocery store chain had placed a purchase limit on items like toilet tissue, milk, eggs, etc. H-E-B  said placing the limit helped ensure that all customers had a chance to purchase items before they could sell out.

As the state begins to open back up the chain has decided to reduce the item list. Our news partners at KWTX shared a list of items that have had their limit lifted or reduced, compiled by KBTX.

The list of items with reduced limits includes baby wipes, disinfecting sprays and wipes, mask, bleach, hand soap, and hand sanitizer. See a full list at KBTX.com.

H-E-B is placing limits on the return of certain items including paper towels, bath tissue, frozen food, hand sanitizer, and laundry soap. Again, you can see a full list of these limited items at KBTX.com.

As we reported last week, H-E-B has expanded their hours, which had been limited in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. As of this week, they are open from 7 AM to 10 PM, and some departments are reopening. More details here.